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Review: Microsoft Expression Encoder 4

Microsoft Expression Encoder 4 offers the ability to inexpensively adaptively distribute to Apple iDevices, and does so admirably
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Class Act: Good Times

There's never been a better time to be using video in education
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Spicy Ideas: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

There's never been more video online, and there have never been more devices on which to watch it. So why is it still so hard to find what you want to watch?
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Streams of Thought: Learning to Love Another

In which an unabashed Apple lover finds a newfound admiration for Microsoft
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Editor's Note: Premium Blend

Everybody talks about so-called "premium content," but all too often what they're referring to is pap that's benefitted from "premium marketing"
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Bringing Five Alive: Best Practices for HTML5 Video Deployment

A look at best practices for HTML5 Video deployment
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Gentlemen, Start Your Streams

NASCAR, MLB, the NFL, and others are leading the pack when it comes to streaming sports events.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Dec 2010

Video Ad Viewing Up 25% Since June, Says comScore

Online video ads now account for 15% of all ads viewed on the web, up from 12% earlier this year, according to the metrics firm
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Dec 2010

Commentary: It's Time for a New Interpretation of Monetization

Now that video delivery costs are minimal, it's time to stop looking for direct ROI on every byte of video served, and for a new breed of analytics to emerge
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Dec 2010

Set-Top Boxes Go on Holiday (Sale)

Apple TV's re-emergence educates consumers to streaming's promise and pitfalls, benefits entire set-top box market
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Dec 2010

MTV Plans Original Video Programming for Mobile Devices

Will the growth of mobile devices lead to the growth of content created just for mobile? In this video from Beet.TV, learn why MTV is bringing back the 'mobisode.'
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Dec 2010

Blip.tv Replaces Flash with HTML5 Player

In the online video format battle, Blip.tv is siding with HTML5. Justin Day of Blip.tv explains the reasons for the decision in this Beet.TV video interview.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Dec 2010

The Flash Guru: Streaming with DVR Controls

In this month's installment, Stefan Richter tackles questions on publishing a stream with DVR options, using HTTP Live Streaming, and creating a virtual video capture device.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Dec 2010

A Nation of Have Nots

An FCC study reveals that a majority of Americans are unable to stream HD content.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Dec 2010

The YouTube Lawsuits: They’re Not Over

Appeals process will determine whether or not YouTube needs to be more vigilant in deleting copyrighted material.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Dec 2010

Cisco TelePresence: Radical Collaboration

At Net:Work 2010, Cisco execs VP talk about fiscal benefits of internal enterprise video collaboration
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Dec 2010

Commentary: Apps, Plug-Ins, and Old-School Players

Sure, there's an app for that, but is that a good thing? When it comes to online video, the author finds that apps often bring more hassles, not fewer.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Dec 2010

W3C's Le Hagaret Says Developers Are Finding Better Performance with WebM

The head of the W3C's video standards group cites community "sentiment" finding that WebM outperforms Ogg in terms of "bandwidth and quality"
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Dec 2010

Commentary: Flinging and Flicking

With Apple's AirPlay, users can "fling" content from their iDevices to their Apple TVs. But what happens if, instead of streaming the content from a mobile device, viewers can "flick" it to their TVs, which will then pick up the content and take over the streaming directly from the source?
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Dec 2010

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